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Lisa Long

Lisa Long also works as an Investigative Assistant in the homicide unit at the Fayetteville Police Department.

Lisa Long

Lisa  Long is serving the Collective as a Training and Technical Assistance  Specialist. In addition to her role with the Collective, she works  full-time at the Fayetteville (NC) Police Department as an Investigative  Assistant in the homicide unit. She has also worked as an Accreditation  and Grant Manager and a Criminal Intelligence Analyst at FPD. Lisa is  also an adjunct professor, currently teaching criminal justice and  sociology courses at Greenville (IL) University and Methodist  University. She has also held adjunct positions at North Carolina  A&T State University, Elizabeth City State University and Webster  University.

Lisa earned her PhD in criminal justice with a concentration in  behavioral science from Nova Southeastern University. Her master’s  degree is in Justice Administration from Methodist University. She  earned her Bachelor of Arts with a double major in sociology and print  journalism from the University of Kentucky. GO CATS!!!

In her spare time, Lisa enjoys working out, playing tennis, tending to  house plants and working in the yard. She also listens to all types of  music and spends time with family. She is also actively involved in the  community. She currently serves as the Vice-President of the board of  the Rape Crisis of Cumberland County. She has previously served as a  board member for Greater Fayetteville United and the Fayetteville Police  Activity League. She is an active volunteer with the Special Olympics  of North Carolina Law Enforcement Torch Run and The Fayetteville Police  Activity League. Lisa is a member of the Phi Kappa Phi National Honor  Society and the Alpha Phi Sigma National Criminal Justice Honor Society.

Lisa has two sons and two stepsons. Her husband Mike is retired from the  United States Army and still works or the United States Government.

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